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Details of current incidents on roads controlled by Dumfries and Galloway Council

View a table providing details of current incidents. Includes information on the type of incident, location of incidents, the latest report and any diversion routes.

RoadWatch - Current Incidents
STATUS: There are currently 3 reported RoadWatch incidents in the Council area.


  Incident TypeRoadLocationIncident ReportDiversions
View mapWarningRoad ClosedC26A FROM A709 PRIESTDYKES TO PRESTONHOUSE ROADGeenhill Road, Hightae Flood

Created: 28/01/2016 10:32
Updated: 28/01/2016 10:32
None
View mapWarningRoad ClosedHARDTHORN ROADJayanays Flood
water 300mm deep

Created: 28/01/2016 16:21
Updated: 04/02/2016 10:06
None
View mapWarningRoad ClosedB6318 FROM C72A AT CLAYGATE TO A7 AT SKIPPER'S BRIDGEB6318 - Aprrox. 2 miles south of Langholm Land Slip

Created: 07/12/2015 10:25
Updated: 01/02/2016 08:42
B6318 - Land Slip (All Vehicles)

Distance: 13.7 miles


Trunk Roads, including the M74 motorway, are the responsibility of Transport Scotland.

The M74 motorway is managed and maintained by Autolink and the A7 by BEAR Scotland. The other trunk roads, managed and maintained by Scotland TranServ, are: A75, A76 (from Dumfries bypass north), A701 (from Dumfries bypass north), A77 (from Stranraer north) and A751

For information about incidents on Trunk Roads, please visit Traffic Scotland

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